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My good friend Alberto Pighixxx created a wonderful reference of the $9 Arduino compatible board and I wanted to share it with everyone. In this tutorial I will show you how to make a reference to the $9 Arduino that will last for a long time. You can view the reference here:

http://www.pighixxx.com/2013/08/9-arduino-compatible-board-pinout-new-version/

In this tutorial you should download this pdf:

http://borderlesselectronics.org/igg/BEcardboard.pdf

Step 1: Print the $9 Arduino compatible reference guide

Using the Adobe Viewer open the BEcardboard.pdf that you can download from here:

http://borderlesselectronics.org/igg/BEcardboard.pdf

Then select print from the file menu. Make sure you select Actual size under the Page Sizing & Handling section.
Good idea. I'll have to make one of these once my batch of $9 Arduino's arrive in the mail. Looking forward to it.

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